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on torture for the u.n. has called solitary confinement, "a harsh measure which is contrary to rehabilitation. "in 2005, 44 prisoners in the california prison system committed suicide, 70% of whom were in solitary confinement." today we look back and we gasp in horror in part because of the nazis it seems to clear to us this practice was an abject moral abomination. generations, our grandchildren will look back at the conditions of prisons in california and the oblivion of solitary confinement and mark my words, some future governor of the state will come before the citizens to apologize and express profound moral regret for how we treated the incarcera incarcerated. jerry brown can save that future governor the whole pathetic ritual by acting now. >>> we'll be right back with #click3. you make a great team. it's been that way since the day you met. but your erectile dysfunction - it could be a question of blood flow. cialis tadalafil for daily use helps you be ready anytime the moment's right. you can be more confident in your ability to be ready. and the same cialis is the only daily ed tab
those reports were retracted. the former u.n. guy it turned out was too secular for al-nour's taste. but they did give their stamp of approval to the former head of egypt's investment authority in a radio interview. so between the ultra conservative nour party, the ousted muslim brotherhood, the pro-reform movement and the many other groups, there are now a lot of players who all have a long list of grievances. and now there is no political process, no safe way to resolve them. the military opened fire. they opened fire on a crowd of muslim brotherhood morsi supporters. the muslim brotherhood now says it has 51 martyrs. not just dead supporters but martyrs. and so now how does the muslim brotherhood cut a deal? how do they come in? how do they back down? now they have to play this out so their people didn't die in vain. so in todaytion events there is a rift developing between what the public wanted to do, which is to overthrow the president, to change the system, and what is happening now, which is what looks like the prelude to a possible civil war. today is the day this became no
in solitary for more than 20 years. an expert on torture for the u.n. has called solitary confinement, "a harsh measure which is contrary to rehabilitation. in 2005, 44 prisoners in the california prison system committed suicide, 70% of whom were in solitary confinement. today we look back at generations of routine forced sterilization and we gasp in horror. in part because of the nazis, it seems so clear to us that this practice was an abject moral abomination. but generations hence, our grandchildren will look back at the conditions in prisons in california and the severe mental, spiritual and emotional oblivion of solitary confinement, and mark my words, some future governor of the state will come before the citizens to apologize and express profound moral regret for how we treated the incarcerated. jerry brown can save that future governor the whole pathetic ritual by acting now. >>> we'll be right back with #click3. ] made just a little sweeter... because all these whole grains aren't healthy unless you actually eat them ♪ multigrain cheerios. also available in delicious peanut but
Search Results 0 to 8 of about 9 (some duplicates have been removed)